We offer residential rehabilitation for men and women who are affected by drug and alcohol addiction. Chemical dependency is particularly prevalent in Jersey. Alcohol consumption is twice that of the UK and one of the highest in Europe. Excessive use of alcohol and drugs places families and relationships under great stress.
Jersey Domestic Abuse Support (JDAS) is an independent service developed to protect and support victims of domestic and sexual abuse. Our qualified Independent Domestic Violence Advisors (IDVA's) provide support and advice to develop long-term safety solutions for men, women and their families.
Independent, confidential and impartial advice that Islanders need for the problems they face. We champion the rights of individuals and promote equality and justice for all.
We believe no one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We’re here for you. Today. Now. Whether you’re stressed, depressed or in crisis. We’ll listen, give support and advice, and fight your corner.
Supporting parents, families and young people in Jersey. We provide keyworker support alongside a number of Free programmes and services to help support the parents and carers we meet.
Support for islanders with their mental health and wellbeing. Our team of counsellors and peer workers provide a range of different support options which can all be accessed free of charge and without the need for a referral.
We provide a mediation service which aims to help separated or divorced couples and other family members make decisions regarding finances and childcare.
You don’t have to feel suicidal to get in touch. Only 1 person in 5 who calls Samaritans says that they feel suicidal.
Founded on the principles of Hope, Empowerment and Opportunity, Jersey Recovery College (JRC) is a local charity providing mental health education for everyone. Our community provision is free to access and self-referral, offering a range of courses for or about your mental health.
Freeda’s Mission is to protect and empower women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, so they can take control of their lives, enabling them to live free from fear, as well as to engage with and support our Island community to prevent such abuse.
(Freeda was formerly known as Jersey Women’s Refuge)